Inspire a Coaching Culture in Your Workplace
Bring Out Their Best provides a practical framework for introducing coaching into your workplace
Challenges us all to create a vision of a culture that we want for our people and our organisations and it is a call to action to implement. A culture where people are using coaching skills, to engage with each other and build relationships and to achieve a high level of performance through the alignment of values, vision and commitment.
Sir John Whitmore
Leaders today need a workforce that is aligned to company values and to deliver excellent customer service and increased work performance. In return, employees want to feel valued, recognised and appreciated for their effort.
Coaching in the workplace is fast being adopted by leaders in the region as a preferred method of supporting, encouraging, assisting, managing and bringing out the best in people.
This book, demonstrates that inspiring a Coaching Culture in your workplace can bring about this alignment.
Bring Out Their Best provides a practical framework for introducing coaching into your workplace and offers, for the ﬁrst time, best practice case studies on the implementation of coaching culture from the Asia Paciﬁc Region.
The book features more than 40 case studies and stories from Asia Paciﬁ c’s best coaches and companies including GE (Oil & Gas), Nestlé Oceania, Mondelez International, Petronas, Maybank, Technip, Sunsuper, Super Cheap Auto Group, the City of Casey, Centrelink and The Reach Foundation.
This is a must-read book for human resources professionals, senior managers, team leaders and business owners who are wishing to maximise the potential of their people and it is the most up-to-date and relevant workplace resource for coaching in the Asia Paciﬁc Region.
Natalie Ashdown (CEO Open Door Coaching) and Mel Leow (Founder of APIC)
‘Coaching is unlocking a person’s potential to maximise his or her own performance. It is helping them to learn rather than teaching them.’
“A coaching culture all starts with the leader’s willingness to engage in the coaching relationship and to undertake self-reflection, to develop themselves and others.”
“Organisations need coaching cultures in boom or recession economies. it’s important to ensure that an organisation’s culture is resilient and sustainable over time – especially when change will always be constant.”
‘The highest reward from your coaching is not what you get from it, but what you become by it. It isn’t what you know that finally counts – it is who you are being.’
“Coaching techniques will change your life and the lives of those you engage, whether it be in a personal or professional environment.”